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Unexpected Showers Late Afternoon Bring Relief for Delhi People; Good Monsoon Likely Till Mid-August

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Unexpected Showers Late Afternoon Bring Relief for Delhi People; Good Monsoon Likely Till Mid-August

July 29
12:42 2014

delhi rainNew Delhi, Tuesday, July 29 – The mob keenly waited for monsoon in the national capital as rainfall hasn’t been good in the city as it was supposed to be. However, as recent reports are to be trusted then ideal precipitation is on the cards. Monsoon is likely to be strong till middle of August. This means rain is going to lash the city in next to no time. A similar picture was visible a day ago as well when several Delhi and NCR regions witnessed rainfall during the noontime post a hot and humid Monday morning,

The sudden showers brought slight relief for the Delhi residents who had to sweat right from early morning till late at night thanks to higher percentage of humidity. In the intervening time, massive traffics jams were reported yesterday from more than a few parts of Delhi since a lot of people came out of their houses to enjoy shopping for Eid.

As per the weatherman, chances of 20 percent rainfall remain till Thursday. During the weekend, people are anticipated to enjoy pleasant weather as more than 50 percent of downpour is likely to quench the thirst of earth. Poor rainfall in late June and throughout July month has made the masses to face a number of problems in different ways. Inflation seems touching new peaks with each passing day and pinching customers’ pocket every now and then. Tomatoes have gone out of reach. Some retail vendors even sold the veggies at the price of INR 100 a day ago. Citizens are blaming government for such a rise and its failure in keeping inflation in control.

Modi government promised of bringing good days but it failed in this regard as of now. ‘We had to pay Rs 100 for a kilo on onion last year when UPA was in rule but it seems as if situation of the general public is not going to be different under the rule of 2-month old BJP-led NDA’s central government’, said a buyer.

If latest reports from reliable sources are to be trusted then a drop in the rates of common vegetables will be seen post August 10 as fresh stocks of tomato, potato, onion and other vegetables are supposed to reach Delhi from different states that would help people save their hard earned money and buy required amount of items without compromising on the quantity. Likelihood of strong monsoon may also put a ceiling on the skyrocketing rates of fruits and vegetables. Nevertheless, people will have to bear the brunt of price rise for next couple of weeks.

At the same time, Delhites will have to be prepared of getting stuck on the roads as waterlogging makes vehicles crawl for more than a few hours. Since expectation for desired showers is getting boosted post observing cloudy sky, possibility of finding clogged drains becomes higher.

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